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# 2020

mBaby Monitor

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A wearable sleep monitor for children to reduce the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome

A system which actively monitors an Infants sleeping orientation to reduce the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). The device attaches on the collar via magnets within a silicone child friendly strap, and utilises cost effective tilt sensor technology along with other numerous sensors to alert parents if their baby rolls over during sleep. As a child is up to 3 times less likely to suffer from SIDS if they are properly secured on their back. Due to a new and revolutionary method of monitoring your baby, the mBaby sleeping Monitor provides comprehensive reassurance at a minimal cost, as opposed to the current trend of high cost solutions. The project aims to reduce SIDS occurring, especially in lower income families. Yet, currently there is no definitive solution to SIDS, partly due to an unclear source of its occurrence, but with the mBaby Monitor emerging into its new breed of market, low cost baby monitoring solutions, parents can finally receive much needed help without breaking the bank!

The mBaby system is all connected and controlled through the soft, inviting APP, which aims to enhance the users experience with the mBaby family of products. Long gone are the days of a stationary baby monitor fixed to your beside at a higher cost than need be, now mBaby provides not only a comprehensive reassurance at a minimal cost, but parents can monitor fully remotely.

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